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service . thank you again to everyone that made this possible. i'll miss you and i hope we have great times together on the golf course.
- mark<|endoftext|>there are few things in sports that have gotten bigger in the past 12 months than an elite soccer player who's now making the move from europe to america or japan.
last thursday, the latest big-name player to make that sort of move was barcelona's superstar lionel messi. now, the question has to be asked: what does soccer say about us? and more importantly, what does this say about the future?
there's no question that soccer has had an amazing 2015. for many of us, the world cup and the u.s. team's historic victory brought back all those feelings of joy after the devastating terrorist attacks of september 11, 2001.
in the ensuing years, soccer has become more mainstream in u.s. sports, thanks to the success of players like lionel messi and cristiano ronaldo.
i first heard of lionel messi's exploits when i was 13. i was living in france and my father, a former professional soccer player of many years, took me and my little brother along on the trip to new york and los angeles. it was a magical night when we saw the soccer star, david beckham, in action against barcelona at yankee stadium. it was an experience i'll never forget, and one for which i feel a small part of the whole.